Here is a snapshot of various directional Timeline Shifts in design to learn and discover many new applications of Flowbuilt "Craftability". Marketing each new element was found to be challenging to the norms of how things are done. ICF's or Insulated Concrete Forms are detailed wholly on another page. Zero to One is detailed in the content area.
In 2009 the Flow~Joint was invented to quickly create a fence rail to fashion any desired curve and any length desired. The arcs of dimensional lumber were router cut via cnc, then open-air riveted together for strong connections without need for glue. Artisan Hardwood Floors bears this 10'-6" tall Flowfence.
Building it better to last. New smart elements for fences.
Besides the fence rail, the smooth hand rail in Ipe was designed to lock and pin together from underneath, thus not creating a hole to plug. For the base beam profile, lapping layers of rail were created to stack and rivet a curving beam.
With the inclusion of another long lasting wood named Accoya, a light colored hardwood, the Darius framework was the first Arbor structure designed for Flowbuilt.
The Gothic Arch is inspired by the stone stacked English structure having a staggered coloring. This was produced as a three layer or laminated arch designing the joint configuration in one direction pointing upward.
Contemplation of concrete shapes with fabric form. Never cast
Model is 53" tall with special reinforcements.
Light fixture can be anything so performed a playful combination of Dr Seuss meets Tim Burton.